1830 Map of Cherokee Territory in Georgia

1835 Henderson Roll

The following is the 1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census or otherwise known as the Henderson Roll. This is only an index of the names. Researchers should consult the full roll in order to get more specific information on each family listed.

In 1835, the Cherokee Nation contained almost 22,000 Cherokees and almost 300 Whites connected by marriage. This roll enumerates 16,000 of those people under 5,000 different families.

1830 Map of Cherokee Territory in Georgia
1830 Map of Cherokee Territory in Georgia

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9 thoughts on “1835 Henderson Roll”

  1. Osiyo … I’m trying to do genealogy on my Cherokee line.
    I found my relatives on Dawes roll. But I have found information on siler roll: family 25, Ta wee seh. I would like verify if this is a relative. Quote: forth or fifth great….
    Alabama (Davis) Harlow is my great great great grandmother. I would like to have and found correct information regarding her siblings, parents, grandparents , etc.
    Alabama Davis born 1855 died 1918. I was able to obtain death certificate.
    The siler roll is recorded in 1851. In North Carolina, paint town.
    Alabama Davis parents are Thomas Davis and Hannah.
    I verified on eastern application.

  2. Marie (McCormick ) Gray

    Looking for information on my great grandmother Idella Chippee ( not sure about the spelling of her first name ). She was full blood cherokee, born 1870 thru 1880 and married Ellsworth McCormick. They relocated to the Ohio Valley area. Any and all help will be appreciate.

  3. Ronald McAllister

    I have a great-great grandmother named Susan Ann “Sussiane” Bell born around 1846 in Georgia, married Rueben H Dyess in Alabama in 1866, and lived in Indian Territory in Oklahoma. I was told she was native american but cannot find any birth record, name change, etc. No real record before getting married. Would appreciate any help you may give me. She has a daughter named Ida Emily and a grand daughter Lucille Hudson (my grandmother)

    1. Tribal members were not considered to be US citizens, so they do not appear on the US censuses until 1900. That could be why she doesn’t show up. It can be difficult to trace Native American ancestors.

    2. Hello. There is a person named Michael White who has your Susan Ann Bell and Rueben Henry Dyess in is tree. He has her parents as Adam Bell and Eleanor Cornelia McFarland. The family is on the 1850 and 1860 US censuses in Franklin County, GA. They are listed as white. Susan’s name is transcribed mistakenly by ancestry as Swan on the 1860 census. Michael White doesn’t have any parents listed for either of her parents. The census records say Adam Bell was born in North Carolina. Eleanor/Elenor/Ellen is listed as from Georgia. There are several other people who have trees with them in it and a picture of the couple.

  4. Any information on Ethelred Fish
    Born 1825 in North Carolina..
    Settled in 1872 Indian Creek De Kalb County Tennessee

  5. I am looking for information on the bird clan and what the Mitchell name was in Cherokee before they changed it to Mitchell

  6. I stopped by the Cherokee Heritage Center and found the 1880 Cherokee Census For Indian Territories for Oklahoma by Barbara L Benge, Heritage Books Inc. and listed:

    122 Blue Buzzard 27 dead
    123 Stephen Sittingdown 6 1511
    124 Cyntha Buzzard 4 dead

    I would like to know more information on Blue Buzzard, if possible.

    Thank you

    Colleen Phipps-Cochran
    719-360-2692
    [email protected]

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